Sanford and Son

Season 2 Episode 10

Blood is Thicker Than Junk

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Aired Unknown Nov 24, 1972 on NBC
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Blood is Thicker Than Junk
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Lamont is fed up working with Fred and quits the partnership. He soon finds a job down the street at a rival junk collector's business. Meanwhile, Fred looks for another partner and finds one in Norman, whose first contribution is a stuffed bear.

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      • Fred's recipe for Steaky-Rice-a-Roni-Beany: Cook a steak add green beans and Rice-a-Roni (flavor of your choice) serve and enjoy!

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      • Lamont: (Lamont is getting chewed out by his new boss over the phone) Hello, Mr. Baxtrum?...What do you mean 'what am I doing home', I worked an hour-and-a-half overtime. Did you expect me to unload all those refrigerators by myself?. Well, I don't get that. Look, Mr. Baxtrum. Of course I want the job. Well how would it be if I. WHAT!?! Well, you're a WHITE one!" (slams down the phone)

      • Lamont: (speaking with a deep, confident voice) Mr. Clifford? Lamont Sanford.
        Mr. Clifford: Tell me about your educational background, Mr. Sanford.
        Lamont: Well, I was working towards my Ph.D, but I didn't quite complete it.
        Mr. Clifford: I see. Exactly how far did you get?
        Lamont: Oh, about the 10th grade.

      • (A filthy Lamont plops into a chair after coming home from his new job)
        Fred: You sure you're all right?
        Lamont: Yeah Pop, I'm fine. Besides, how are you gonna get tired when got assistants?
        Fred: No kidding. You got assistants?
        Lamont: Yeah, I got two guys that work under me.
        Fred: Well if you look like that and it's two guys that work under you, they must still be buried!

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